March 21, 2014

Thailand: Into the Void

Lennox Samuels, The Daily Beast

The Associated Press

Thailand’s Constitutional Court has voided the country’s latest elections in a move sure to deepen the country’s ongoing political crisis. The ruling that nullifies the February 2 vote puts more heat on Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra’s wobbly caretaker government. It also raises the prospect of more bloody confrontations in the bitter long-running battle for political and economic control of this Southeast Asian kingdom.

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